Archive for July 2013

Chapter Three РLucifer’s Landing, the Hanged Man and a Man of the Cloth

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Minerva was having one of her ‚Äėmeno-whatsit‚Äô moments. The thing was, she wasn‚Äôt totally aware that it was one of those moments. As far as she was concerned it was as normal as the moment gets when one is firmly in the grip of a ‚Äėmeno-whatsit‚Äô monster migraine; heavily disguised as a headstand up against

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Nature Mystics – Mary Webb

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

In 1928, Stanley Baldwin gave a speech at the Literary Fund dinner in praise of Mary Webb; a little known author who had won the Prix Femina Vie Heureuse for her novel, Precious Bane. The following day, the Times ran her obituary: it was five months after she had died at the age of forty-six, leaving

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July Reviews

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Telergy’s second release,¬†The Legend of Goody Cole, tells the story of the first woman to be charged, tried, and convicted of witchcraft in New Hampshire in the early 1600‚Äôs. Decades before the Salem Witch Craze, Eunice Cole was accused of witchcraft by the residents of Hampton. She was tried and convicted not once, but twice.

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The energy of moon beams and rays

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

The full moon light can provide not only a mystical mood and atmosphere, but the light itself can provide a different type, and levels of energy. Recently, in my new home, during the most recent full moon which also was especially bright, and appeared visually larger, I had difficulty sleeping.  Many of the magical workers

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The Importance of Daily Practice

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

One of the first things that is needed when engaging your spiritual path is a solid daily spiritual practice.  Focused daily practice allows us to create a solid foundation for our magical and spiritual work.  When we have a solid foundation, we are able to stand in our power.  As a yoga witch one of

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July

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Hello again, my faithful readers! I hope that your month of June was wonderful, and you all had a wonderful Midsummer! I managed to spend my Midsummer’s Eve in the Atlantic Ocean, and let me tell you, it sure was something wonderful. Now, I’m sure you are all ready and waiting to eagerly read the

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July Poems

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Lorna Smithers is a poet and philosophy postgraduate living in Penwortham in Lancashire. She writes poetry inspired by the Bardic Tradition about nature, local history and British mythology and performs regularly in around Preston. In 2012 she won the Preston Guild Poetry Competition. Her poems have been published in The Dawntreader, Heroic Fantasy Quarterly and

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July Poems

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

I am a poet and a graduate in psychology and sociology in Ipswich, UK. I am originally from South West Wales and have been living in England for nearly ten years. Here I found my bardic and spiritual home, belonging to several pagan groups and recently becoming the ‚Äúhigh priestess‚ÄĚ of my own. I share

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July Poems

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Martin Pallot . I’ve been writing poetry since the early eighties, mainly inspired by myth, folklore, nature and my pagan beliefs. July….a little bit of a mixed bag this month….firstly, continuing on from my poem about Puck last month and with all due respect to that gentleman, a piece about Faerie stories generally…next, a piece that

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July Poems

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Tiffany Chaney is an artist and writer residing in North Carolina, USA. She holds a Bachelor of Arts   in creative writing from Salem College and is Founding  Editor of Recto Verso Review, serving as Art Editor of Thrush Press. Her poetry collection Between Blue and Grey (2012) can be requested at any book retailer or purchased at Amazon.com.

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